Moussa Sissoko hasn’t made the best of starts since joining Tottenham from Newcastle United last summer.

The midfielder became Spurs’ joint-record signing, level with Erik Lamela, when Daniel Levy spent £30 million to bring the Frenchman to North London after a string of impressive performances at Euro 2016.

After only making a handful of starts for Tottenham, Sissoko is set to leave the club this summer, according to French publication L’Equipe.

Sissoko reportedly has a “very poor” relationship with Mauricio Pochettino. The Spurs manager green-lit the 27-year-old’s deadline day arrival, but is yet to put his faith in the £30 million-man.

It is believed Tottenham only signed Sissoko because Crystal Palace were unwilling to let Wilfried Zaha leave last summer.

The L’Equipe report suggests Spurs are willing to let Sissoko go for around €20 million — there is interest from Crystal Palace and Inter Milan.



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